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Book Covers; Something to judge them by?
Topic Started: May 23 2007, 06:49 AM (22,464 Views)
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Tropften Fingernägel
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Are you being sarcastic...?
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kline19
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not quite. I guess they project a certain kind of self-regard that's what's been the subject of these books as well. So yea, it could be looked at as ridiculous posturing but there is more to it than that I think, because he had been able to pull off a ridiculous premise for a book into an amazing reading experience.
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mandm
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Not just covers
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The Story Behind the Most Haunting Book Cover on the Shelves
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